The Nut Blog

Go Organic with Maisie Jane’s [Product Highlight]

100 percent organic

When did it happen exactly that nuts became such a prominent and versatile food group? How did the simple vegan protein crunch of nuts evolve into so many delightful ways to be enjoyed? And how is it that such yumminess can also be healthy? Well, it’s true. Both delicious and healthy are at your very […]

Posted on April 26th, 2017

Kale Chips Drizzled with Almond Butter [Recipe]

baked curly kale chips

If you’re trying to eat healthier, you probably don’t use “chips” as part of your vocabulary, and kale might make you turn up your nose and stick out your tongue in disgust. But, have you thought of the potential of putting those two things together? Kale chips, with a little almond butter and seasoning, can […]

Posted on April 21st, 2017

Real Nut-rition: How to Add Organic Nut Butter into Special Diets

food labels for special diets

Special diets can be tricky, whether you choose them voluntarily or on a doctor’s orders. So many of the foods on your grocery store shelves are contaminated with peanuts, gluten, non-vegan ingredients and more. Special diets often require you to cut out many of your old favorites. Getting balanced nutrition can become really hard! If […]

Posted on April 17th, 2017

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Try Organic Nut Butter

Organic cashew and almond butter

Why do we love organic nut butter? Let us count the ways. Should we talk about how good it is for you? Should we talk about how it’s jam-packed with nutrients? Or, should we talk about how it has no preservatives? There are so many reasons to love our organic nut butter that it would take […]

Posted on April 14th, 2017

What Makes Organic Nut Butter Better?

organic almond butter

When you’re used to seeing the grocery store shelves lined with jars, cans, and boxes labeled with lots of ingredients you can barely read, it can be hard to imagine organic nut butter with only one ingredient. Yes, that’s right! Organic nut butter only needs one ingredient to make them irresistible. And that ingredient is […]

Posted on April 12th, 2017

Indonesian Style Almond Butter Glazed Salmon [Recipe]

Indonesian Style Almond Glazed Salmon

This recipe is a replica to the traditional Indonesian Peanut Sauce Maisie was introduced to while visiting beautiful Bali many years ago. She simply replaced the peanut ingredients with Maisie Jane’s tasty and healthier Almond Butter choice. The sauce can also be enjoyed as a dipping sauce to BBQ chicken skewers or drizzled inside rice […]

Posted on April 7th, 2017

Hop on Over to Maisie Jane’s for Your Easter Basket Goodies

Maisie Jane's Easter Basket

Bunnies, bonnets, egg hunts, chocolate, jelly beans and…almonds? When you think of Easter, almonds and nut butter probably aren’t the first things that come to mind, but they are fun, delicious, healthy alternatives to incorporate into the traditional Easter basket. Why not try something new and healthier this year and fill your Easter eggs with […]

Posted on April 6th, 2017

A Healthier Treat for Your Cheat: Almond Butter Cups [Recipe]

almond butter cups

Deciding to eat healthier is always a good thing for your body. The sad part is that it isn’t always good news to your taste buds because sweets are usually the first part of your diet to go out the window. This doesn’t mean that you can never eat sweets again, it just means that you […]

Posted on April 3rd, 2017

Honey Bees Are in Danger and it Could Leave Us Hungry for Almonds

bee collecting pollen on almond blossom

When you think of almonds, the first thing to come to mind probably isn’t bees, but bees are an essential part of the almond-growing process. Almond trees need bees for cross-pollination. Actually, approximately 70% of our food and plants depend on bees, as well as help avoid the need to spray harmful pesticides in the […]

Posted on March 31st, 2017

There’s an Almond for That: The Nut In Its Many Forms

almond milk

Almonds are a versatile nut that can be used as a healthy alternative in just about any form you can imagine. They’re great for eating, crunching, flavoring, topping, drinking, spreading, cooking or baking. It’s up to you to choose which form to use. Whole Almonds These are the types of almonds that many people use […]

Posted on March 27th, 2017